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    October 12, 2012
    11:00 - 11:35pm EDT  

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peter anglos wins the yankees we will be back. we have live team coverage on the end of a great orioles season. >> no more home games for the orioles this season. i'm live at camden yards with reaction from fans on this magical season. >> a chilly start to the weekend this friday night. frost by daybreak but huge changes for sunday. all the details straight ahead. >> they might pay $1 for something and we might be paying $1.79. >> how to take advantage of good pricing. >> abc 2 news at 11:00 starting right now. the o's fought hard last night and took it to game 5.
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yankees cc sebathian was mast er masterful. we have live team coverage. jamie cosgareay live outside yankees stadium. don't you hate to lose to them than any other team in baseball? >> reporter: yes, i do. a lot of chances for the orioles to win tonight, they just couldn't get a big hit. jason, ham elevators, a great starts pitcher. we had joe saunders who just -- they were just great. here's the controversial call that turned the game around. o's down 1-0. it's a long fly ball down the line. did it hit the foul pole? yes, it did. the replays show it
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did. it would have tied the game. it was called foul. the empire ed umpires looked at it and kept that call. they loaded the bases but that was it. the final score was 3-1. here's buck a an emotional skipper for this club tonight. >> you don't know how many times you're going to pass this way. they got a grip on a lot of young people. they know they're not bullet proof. >> reporter: okay. another look at this ball hitting the foul pole. in major league baseball if that ball hits the pole it's fair. it's a homerun. that ball hits the foul pole, highway robbery tonight. the ols -- the orioles should have had a homerun, the
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game would have tied at 1. the next inning the yankees got a run and then another one. things could have been much different there. after the game i asked what they thought about that call after it happened. >> i don't know. i mean, thing things like that happen. honestly, i can't totally speak on it because i have not seen the replay. i have not seen the replay you're talking about. it was really close. i do know that. when i was watching it i honestly thought it was foul. i couldn't tell if it hit the pole or not. they watched the replay and they didn't think so. i think it was a big game changer. that would have tied it. you know, in the end we fell short. they get the big hit this series. >> reporter: series
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-- >> from the dugout it looked like it went just over the top. that i did -- they did a replay and it was close. who knows. >> reporter: you heard he said it was foul. he had not seen that very close replay. he said he's going to watch it and when he does he's going to see that that should have been a homerun. >> what is it about yankees stadium? tear -- in 2012 this club will be remembered as the team that brought baseball back to our hearts. fans have a lot to be happy about this evening. it's tough to take tonight. stla a lot to look forward to next season. >> we had a sensational year. it sucks to end so soon. anybody in this clubhouse, in this organization we all busted our butts this year from the
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first day of spring training until today. we came up a little short but what don't kill you makes you stronger. >> we accomplished a lot of good things inside this clubhouse. with e know -- we know what we put into the thing. the sky is the limit for us. we challenged ourselves this year. tons of expectations among us. we knew we had it in us. we're going to continue to work hard. this off season is going to be great and we're going to be ready next year. >> reporter: also in the clubhouse, pier anglos the owner of the orioles. >> he gave a warning to the yankees. >> for a long time you ladies and gentleman have stressed frequently there was talk about a with respect with to how we produced on behalf of the fans.
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i hope this is an indication that we mean business and in the future you can depend on this kind of a performance and hopefully much better. as far as the local team here is concerned, i just want to tell them we'll be back next year. they better get ready for us. >> reporter: a lot of young talent on this team. we talked to the fans after the game. >> unbelievable year. the best year of my life. i was born in '93. i don't remember '97. i bare ly ly remember cal. best year ever. >> if you said this in april or may i would have laughed at you. they played over their heads all year. they pushed the right buttons and got the most out of the rooster.
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>> we're going to be back. we'll be back next year. >> in the future i'll take my team over their team because their future is very limited, our future is unlimited. >> after the ravens hard loss against the patriots it's just hard now to watch the orioles lose. orioles are on track and i love it. >> yankees fans are scared. >> reporter: i think the yankees future is very limited when it comes to detroit. they're not going to get too far against those pitchers if they couldn't hit the orioles tonight. >> let's go to camden yards sheave with sheryl conner. >> reporter: we're going to look at it like this, the wait for opening day now starts tonight. all is quite here at camden yards. we were hope together see orioles fans show up here and celebrate a win, but unlike the past 15 years we now have a reason to anticipate
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2013. >> this friday night started off crazy at luni's pub. a chance to break out that orioles gear one more time. >> you have your hat on, is this like christmas for you? >> this is christmas come early. >> the attire was more wild than the cheers for several innings until what looked like a homerun with a foul ball. veronica fought off that tired feeling following a week of late post-season games. >> the game yesterday, work, i didn't get back home until 1:00. >> no score at luni's. we went down to pug uglies hoping it would get pretty. the orioles get a run in the 8th but it's not enough to hold off the
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yankees 3 runs. that's it. this magical season comes to an end. the first proseason berth in 15 years is now in the books. >> it was a great season. nobody thought at the winning -- at the beginning we would get this far. >> i'm getting sad. >> the guys were nervous. they got up there on the big stage when everything mattered and they just couldn't make it happen. it's upsetting but we had a great time watching it. >> reporter: yes, certainly a lot of great attitudes around town tonight. we are hearing that the team will arrive here tonight. we're hearing about 11:30. we're going to wait and watch. we will keep you posted as soon as they arrive. >> once again, we are very, very proud of the o's. there's a whole section on our website dedicated to the orioles. it's a recap of then is, tons and tons and tons of fans photo.
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join us at abc2news.com/orioles. as we turn our attention to the ravens on sunday, we're getting into some real football weather. this is a look at deep creek lake. you can see the leaves are just changing like that. what's in store for tonight? you have to be ready for frost? >> nothing can ease the pain. maybe this frost in the morning will numb it a little bit. by sunday warm again, maybe around 70. take a look first at the numbers out there tonight. this is the wind chill factor. it's still breezy. we're feeling like 36 in frederick, 38 hagerstown, mid 40s in central baltimore. you see the idea here. freeze concerns north and west of the city and a frost advisory from the city south into ann arundel county. i think this could be a little overly aggressive. i'm not sure we get at our below freezing south of the season. cool cay
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canadian air coming up. more on the rest of the weekend. the chilly morning may be bad for your plans. it could be perfect for runners. lauren cook as a look at possible traffic problems caused by tomorrow's baltimore running festival. >> the race beginning at 8:00 tomorrow morning on russell street. it will effect many roads including key highway and light street. as runners travel towards the park, mccull street will be closed. it will pass john hopkins university. the final stretch will travel through patterson park, down to canton. the runners will cross that finish line at m&t bank stadium. for a come complete --
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for a complete list of all road closures go tobc2news.com. there's still time to sign up for komen maryland race for the cure. wmar is proud to sponsor. proceeds help marylanders fight breast cancer. sign up at abc2news.com/think pink. firefighters in annapolis are breaking breast cancer awareness month by wearing pink t-shirts. that's leading to a bit of a problem at city hall. medics and firefighters are selling those shirts. the $12 they get goes to the breast cancer research fund. the city says they're breaking the law because they haven't registered to solicit money. >> we think we've done nothing wrong.
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we're not out for hassle, trying to create controversy. we're out trying to raise money for persons that may have breast cancer. >> no citations has been issued and the mayor says he will waive the $35 fee if the fill out the proper paperwork and get a license. a fund has been set up helping a family to struggle with the loss of a grandmother and four grandchildren. the grandmother tried to save the children trapped in the house. five other people jumped from the second story window. the grandfather remains hospitalized. they believe the fire started in the became of the home. public information chief kevin cartwright says there's no signs any axel rants were used. imagines of the young victims who range in age from 1 to 7 is a haunting reminder to the neighborhood that is still grieving.
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>> i just put the roses down and backed up. knowing what happens is painful. >> i just give them candy and frozen stuff. they were my buddies. they see me pull up in the truck, they would run, call. >> a trust fund has been established at the bank of america to help the family bury their loved ones. you can make donations at any branch. like it or not, we all have to buy groceries. imagine having a custom price tailored just to you on the foods you like the most. that specialized pricing is only a swipe away. we'll show you how your loyalty card may save you big bucks. >> on your iphone or droid don't forget to check out our
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latest abc 2 weather app. you're going to love it. >> a dog attack that left a teen with a list of injuries. why the family wants the dog put down. abc 2 news will be back in just 60 seconds. catch the great taste of pumpkin before it's gone. hurry into dunkin' donuts and grab a pumpkin muffin or donut today. america runs on dunkin'.
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these could be some tough pictures to look at. a dog attack sends a 13-year-old boy to the hospital. it happened in tulsa, oklahoma. the victim was trying to break up a fight between his dog and a neighbors dog. the k-9 attacked the teen. >> he's traumaized. he wakes up screaming in the middle of the night calling the dog's name a. >> the dog is a german shepherd pit bull mix. abc 2 is working for you with tips from the cdc. if you don't know the dog, stay away from it. if you are being
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attacked, roll into a ball and try to be still. if you see a stray dog report it. you can find a full list of ways to avoid dog bites at abc2news.com. there's a sale in aisle 3 and it's just for you. next time you stop at the grocery store you may be offered a custom priced for your favorite foods. the key to unlocking them is a swipe of your loyalty card. personalized pricing. >> lynn linda likes saving money on her groceries but doesn't have time to go through the weekly spshls. -- specials. >> i don't pick up store stuff. >> if i can get a bargain i certainly appreciate getting the bargain >> think of it as the next generation of loyalty card savings. this is known as personalized pricing. a growing
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number of national grocery chains are testing it out. >> i might by $1 for something and you might be paying $1.79. while they can be deeper than in door discounts -- >> you're going to be experimenting with new, different kinds of products. that offer is not necessarily going to be for what you buy each and every week. >> how is personalized pricing determined? it's based on information mined from your loyalty card. >> your zip code, what your ethnic mix is, what you bought before, how often you buy certain products. >> the secret deals aren't all scanner based. some stores use traditional mailings, e-mail, even smart phone apps. >> when you check out at the cash register and present your scanning device it will show you what your savings are and what offers you have used. this will then go into a massive database
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and will be stored under your account number. >> which raises the question of privacy concerns. >> for some people it's a bit intrusive. >> grocers assured us that shoppers are free to opt out. >> we do not disclose any of that information, your name, address or phone number unless we have permission from you. there are cases where we have services where it's only used for when we have product recalls. >> one question still remains. >> whether or not consumerser -- consumers are going to become aggravated that the person standing next to them have a different price. >> keep your eyes peeled. grocery stores are also experimenting with flag sales. they will offer a product at a deep discount for a limited time. take frozen pizzas sold at half price for 2 hours.
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winds picking up and as a result we get a crisp fall evening. 50 at be right -- at bwi. winds from the knot northeast at 9. look at some of the numbers north of the state. winchester, 39. all numbers will continue to fall as this cooler air follows in out of the mountains and sinks in over central maryland. a chilly start first thing in the morning. i think this freeze and frost advisory is probably a little too aggressive. i doubt that it will happen. temperatures will be just above the freezing park here. for baltimore, north and west, the freeze watch is probably warranted. high pressure settling it. it will continue to settle in over night.
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widespread sunshine through out the day tomorrow. temperatures will be in the upper 50s. as we go from tomorrow into the day on sunday warmer air will begin to surge in on a south wind. winds could whip up to 20 miles an hour, even gust at 25. for ravens game day i think we're looking at a decent day, a warm day but it will be windy at times. here's the saturday set up. 58, mostly sunny. just a cooler scenario into the day on saturday. as we look at your saturday time frame, mid 40s into saturday night. this will be cool but not as frigid as tonight. no threat for froes tomorrow night on that south breeze. the south wind really warms us up with sunshine through the day on sunday. that kick off forecast will not be quite at 73 but could be as warm as 70 by 1:00. from the weekend into monday, another weather system coming that that could bring showers late in the day monday onto tuesday.
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after that temperatures look a little above average, in the mid 60s. the set up again is one that will feature some pretty decent weather. again, it's a changing weekend with cool air on saturday and low 70s on sunday. >> great weather for the run tomorrow. >> yes, it will be chilly for the runners first thing. more abc 2 news is coming up but first a look at what's coming up on night line. >> an exercise instructor who started a prostitution operation. >> an exclusive portrait of oprah. that's coming up on night line after abc 2 news at 11:00. barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven...
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guess what weighs 12 pounds? a typical 3 month old. not usually a newborn baby. that's exactly what 5 foot 2, 110 pound linda chow got. >> when i first seen her i was like her cheeks are so big. i was like i'm so scared the baby is so big. >> big baby. she's really hehe -- heavy. >> that's one big baby. when asked if they wanted another kid the dad said, no, we've got enough right now. 12 pounds of baby is enough.
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they are all doing great. what a cute baby. a baby with a unique birthday. lela fitzgerald was born october 11th, 2012 at 11:14 p.m.. that makes her birth date 8/9/10/11/12/13/14. i'm playing that tomorrow on the power ball. she was born naturally without any inducements. cute baby. >> that one baby was big. >> that one big. we're already in the 30s in columbia. most spots in the 30s around the central part of the state by the next hour or two. the eastern shore may take longer. there's a look at the rest of the beak -- look at the
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weekend. we get 70 for sunday for the ravens. >> more coming up.
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as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6.
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that's it for us tonight. go to our website and welcome home the o's. see you.
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